Escaping the chaos of the big city allows you to discover the gorgeous landscape around Lake Como, one of the most popular destinations with those who wish to have a relaxing break near Milan.
There’s plenty to do at Lake Como regardless of the season or time of the year you visit. In the summer, it’s possible to spend the day at one of the many beaches located along the shores of the lake, while spring and autumn are the perfect seasons for lovers of walking and hiking. Meanwhile, winter is the ideal time to visit the many towns in the area and enjoy the stunning view of the snow-capped mountains around the lake.
The deepest lake in Lombardy, Lake Como has a famous upside-down Y shape and is divided into three branches, Como, Lecco and Colico, with the town of Bellagio sitting at the cross-section between them. With its towns, villages and stunning landscape, the lake offers plenty of options for all types of holiday.
The main areas you can stay are: